See No Evil By: Caitiana Ross

What children read has a great impact on their minds.

What students read does affect the atmosphere in schools.

Certain books should be banned from school libraries to prevent mental corruption of the students.

Authoritative figures should meet together to discuss procedures that will prevent students from growing up too quickly.

Unhealthy ways of thinking lead to unhealthy living.

Men and women should be able to look back at their childhood memories with nostalgia—not regret.

We as citizens should make it a priority to protect the innocence of the children in our public school system.

Credits:

Created with images by eloquentlight - "Our Library, Shelf 5" • Anher - "read reading book" • NEC Corporation of America - "Education - Creative Commons" • Monrovia Public Library - Monrovia, California - "Banned Books Week 2007" • Jo_Johnston - "office boardroom meeting" • Leroy_Skalstad - "children girl h" • LisaW123 - "Big shoes, little shoes" • Unlisted Sightings - "Silhouetted" • Mr B's Photography - "Argal Lake" • Greyerbaby - "boy looking fence" • pixelcreatures - "heart castle love" • Rafael Sato - "School"

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